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We're Not Like the Other Hotels.

The Center of Everything

Elevation Lofts isn't like other hotel experiences in Asheville. For starters, we're in the heart of everything. A 5 minute walk to everything that Downtown Asheville has to offer, and less than 10 minutes to everything else.

World class cuisines in highly rated restaurants, creative craft breweries, ethically sourced specialty coffee, tea, and chocolate shops, live music venues, and the city's renowned art galleries. You name it, we're in the center of it.
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Intelligently Designed

Elevation Lofts Hotel is perched on the third floor and upper mezzanine levels of a historic building that was completely renovated in 2021, and its apartment-style units are all fully furnished for your comfort and enjoyment. Samsel Architects in Asheville designed each unit with a unique floorplan, and their vision was executed flawlessly by Falcon Construction, and then complemented with individual décor selected by Alchemy Design Studio in Asheville

Rounding out the thoughtfulness of the design, all units have lovely hardwood floors on the main level, gas fireplaces, custom walnut cabinetry, soaring ceilings with exposed rafters, exposed brickwork on exterior walls, and many interesting details.
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Connected with the Arts

Perhaps the most unique feature of Elevation Lofts is our partnership with Momentum Gallery, comprising the first two floors of the newly renovated 52 Broadway St building.

The premier art gallery in the Southeast, Momentum Gallery boasts approximately 15,000 square feet of contemporary, museum-quality art.

Capitalizing on the talents of its sophisticated partner, Elevation Lofts’ common areas and individual units include unique selections of artwork curated and installed by Momentum Gallery.


A Unique History

The historic building at 52 Broadway Street that houses Elevation Lofts was originally built over 100 years ago, during a decade of rapid growth in Asheville that saw the rise of the Jackson Building, the Flatiron Building, and the Grove Arcade. It has been a downtown fixture on Broadway Street since 1923, as the character of its neighborhood changed from industrial (and even “red light” on nearby blocks) to commercial to mixed use with retail, restaurant and bar, and residential.

Before its latest extensive renovation was completed in early 2021, it had a wide range of uses over the last century as a car dealership (Asheville Motor Co.), refrigerated space for a local farming co-op, a local armory, retail and antique stores, and apartment space.

The historic character of the building is most evident on the higher floors, with exposed original brick, soaring ceilings up to original beams and rafters, windows overlooking other historic downtown buildings, and mezzanine levels that capitalize on natural light from rooftop windows.